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Old 04-25-2013, 10:54 AM   #1
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285/75/16 on first gen

Hi, I've tried searching but I can't seem to find an answer to my question. I'm looking at picking up a set of the TRD fj wheels which are 16x7.5 4.5" backspacing (I believe) with 285/75/16 tires on them. I have about 2" of lift front and rear on my '02 4x4, and I was wondering if these will fit, and if they won't, how much trimming would be needed and where? I do take my truck offroad, so flex compression needs to be considered too.

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Old 04-25-2013, 08:13 PM   #2
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:14 AM   #3
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You should be good. You'll rub the frame at full lock, but it's going to be minor. Between the tire and your UCA, you'll have about 1-1.25" of clearance.
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I had 285s on my stock wheels and rubbed on the frame at full lock and on the UCAs.
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it will rub a little bit, but nothing to worry about.
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Thanks everybody, I'll go ahead and get them then.
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this is with stock springs on rear
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just installed mine. 3" lift, 1.25" spidertrax wheels spacers, 285/75/16 duratracs. i just hammered the pinch weld a little bit and im good

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Thanks for all your help, I'll post pictures when I get them on. I hope it turns out as good as goldie's. Looks so good.
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just installed mine. 3" lift, 1.25" spidertrax wheels spacers, 285/75/16 duratracs. i just hammered the pinch weld a little bit and im good




No rubbing at all? what about mileage with those 285s?
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just installed mine. 3" lift, 1.25" spidertrax wheels spacers, 285/75/16 duratracs. i just hammered the pinch weld a little bit and im good

You didn't have to trim the valence?
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just installed mine. 3" lift, 1.25" spidertrax wheels spacers, 285/75/16 duratracs. i just hammered the pinch weld a little bit and im good

So sexy, makes me want to go up to those from 265/75
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I use to have them with 1.5" spacers
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No rubbing at all? what about mileage with those 285s?
No rubbing at all under normal driving conditions. only time it happens is if the wheels are turned and going over a pretty big bump or something. ive had an ultraguage for a while now and it stays around 17.3 mpg. i do mostly city driving so could be better if i drove more highway.

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You didn't have to trim the valence?
I trimmed jus a small corner out of the valence closest to the tires jus to be sure. probably doesnt need it but only takes 5 min to cut.
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No rubbing at all under normal driving conditions. only time it happens is if the wheels are turned and going over a pretty big bump or something. ive had an ultraguage for a while now and it stays around 17.3 mpg. i do mostly city driving so could be better if i drove more highway.


I trimmed jus a small corner out of the valence closest to the tires jus to be sure. probably doesnt need it but only takes 5 min to cut.
Ok, just wondering cause I'm getting the OME 3" lift and wanted to know if I had to trim that or not. Just got it replaced after an accident so I didnt want to have to cut it up or anything like that
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